FSP launches Cannon Pro 2kW modular power supply

Ideal for rumoured next-gen GPUs or multi-card mining systems.

Taiwanese power supply manufacturer FSP has released a massive, fully-modular 2,000W PSU featuring 18 PCIe 6+2 connectors.

High power comes with a big size. Weighing 2.64kg and measuring 200 x 150 x 86mm, you’ll need to ensure there’s enough chassis PSU clearance. Something like the new Thermaltake Versa T26/T27 should do the trick.

To deliver all this current, no fewer than 18 PCIe 6+2, 14 SATA, five Molex, one floppy, an ATX 20+4 and two 4+4 CPU connectors are available. Enough for a mining rig with 18 low-power graphics cards (GTX 1060), or three of the rumoured 450W RTX 3090 Ti/ next-gen GPUs.

An important note for readers from countries using 100-115Vac, FSP’s Cannon Pro 2,000W can only achieve its rated output when hooked to a 200-240Vac outlet. Otherwise, it can be as low as 1,200W.

FSP employs 100 per cent Japanese electrolytic capacitors rated at 105°C ensuring high reliability and lifespan, plus a DC-to-DC converter for 3.3/5V, allowing the PSU to achieve an 80 PLUS Gold certification. To cool all this power, a 135mm dual ball-bearing fan is used.

As usual, typical protections like OVP, OCP, UVP, SCP, OPP, OTP are present, although sadly, as we learned from the recent Gigabyte PSU debacle, these words mean little to nothing, so do your research.

The FSP Cannon Pro 2,000W is available in the US for $500 and is backed up by a three-year warranty.